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Drub Singh, father of one of the martyrs, with moistened eyes, remembers the day, the bodies of the martyrs had come to the village.
The suddenly muscled-up Dodgers were at it again Saturday, for the second consecutive night powering five home runs to drub the slightly stunned Giants 10-4 in front of a Dodger Stadium crowd of 38,417.
When drug users search out drubs, even when they know it's wrong, they are addicted.